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3 ways CEOs could improve the Internet search results for their names
Financial Post
Google made headlines last month after the EU's so-called Right to be Forgotten ruling allowed individuals in European Union countries to request certain links about themselves be removed from search results provided those results are no longer relevant. For many, the ruling is a beacon of hope that they can once and for all remove unsightly blemishes from their digital record.
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How to use the Google tag manager to improve your SEO
Search Engine Journal
Google Tag Manger is all about the tags and code snippets associated with your website, so it's important you first understand the purpose of a tag, where you find tags, and how to use tags correctly. A tag is essentially just a snippet of code that helps you measure traffic, monitor your online campaigns, and learn about user behavior. They essentially help give you all of the information you need to make successful decisions for your digital marketing strategy.
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Internet companies no fan of new bill
The Chronicle Herald
Many of the world's largest Internet companies say the Canadian government's cyberbullying bill will force them to be more secretive. The companies, under the banner of the Internet Association, say C-13 contains gag orders that will prevent them from telling their customers when government collects their data. "We do not believe that promoting public safety requires the government to lower its standard for gaining access to people's private communications," said association president Michael Beckerman.
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Is negative SEO becoming a bigger problem for businesses?
Web Pro News
Negative SEO — the practice of competitors engaging in SEO attacks in order to harm businesses in search results — has been a concern in the search industry for years. It's rare that we see any concrete evidence of this actually working, but the suspicion is pretty much always there, and seems to be ramping up these days.
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As Microsoft targets small business, cloud computing costs fall
The Globe and Mail
Microsoft Canada Co. is making a big push into cloud-based computing for small and mid-sized companies as lower prices make data storage and other online services affordable to even the tiniest of start-ups. A fierce price war between Microsoft, Google and Amazon is driving down the cost of various cloud-based computing services, according to Microsoft Canada president Janet Kennedy.
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Chrome overtakes IE to become most popular browser
Irish Times
Google's Chrome is now the most popular internet browser in the world, according to a new study. The latest Adobe Digital Index (ADI) report reveals that Chrome, which was already the biggest browser outside of the U.S., has now overtaken Microsoft's Internet Explorer in the United States.
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Crowdsourcing approach to fighting cancer
Deutsche Welle
Debron, Luke and Paula huddle around a laptop in a McGill University cafeteria in Montreal, QC, deeply absorbed in an online game. No rampaging monsters, brain-eating zombies or bloody explosions here. No violence or aggression of any sort. "Phylo" is much more serious than that. These three students are working to solve a DNA puzzle; to pinpoint mutations in the human genetic code that cause cancer and other human disorders.

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Mobile and cloud computing topped the list of money-maker IT portfolio in 2013
Great Responder
This was revealed via a skillful survey in the domain of information technology industry that the mobile and cloud computing services are the key money maker services offered by the IT companies in the United States. This fact was unearthed by the technical executive's survey conducted by KPMG in the U.S.

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Staying competitive with a solid eMarketing plan
Promotion World
eMarketing helps your small business grow its audience via multiple online platforms by using online marketing techniques. eMarketing is a means of driving revenue to your business. It is important to get involved with your customers, whether it is through online interaction, information sharing or simply making your business accessible to them.

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Many servers expose insecure out-of-band management interfaces to the Internet
PC World
Many servers expose insecure management interfaces to the Internet through microcontrollers embedded into the motherboard that run independently of the main OS and provide monitoring and administration functions. These Baseboard Management Controllers (BMCs) are part of the Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI), a standardized interface made up of a variety of sensors and controllers that allow administrators to manage servers remotely when they're shut down or unresponsive, but are still connected to the power supply.
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Overcome your social media objections to grow your business
Think Advisor
In 2014, social media is no longer a novelty in financial services. In fact, it's increasingly becoming a critical component of the marketing strategy at firms that recognize the need to participate in these growing channels, which are quickly becoming the starting point for clients seeking financial advice and services from qualified professionals.
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Netflix tests warning system in the U.S. blaming internet providers for poor streaming quality
Canada.com
Netflix is testing a new notification system in the U.S. set to inform subscribers when an internet service provider's (ISP) network is congested and slowing down their video stream. The new notification system adds more fuel to the heated battle between Netflix and service providers in the United States, centered around net neutrality and quality of service.
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